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Canadiens’ left winger Travis Moen isn’t much of a fighter. He’s only had 100+ PIM once during his NHL career and only 14 PIM this season. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that he was trying to use body shots last night during a brawl with Tampa Bay’s BJ Crombeen.
Crombeen, on the other hand, has a solid HockeyFights.com database.
For those of you who are 16 and have ambitions of becoming an NHL goon, keep in mind that throwing rib shots isn’t doing anything to your opponent.
Sure, we’re not experts on hockey fighting, so let’s go to the experts.
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Check out this hockey fight last night between Travis Moen of the Montreal Canadiens and BJ Crombeen of the Tampa Bay Lightning. Moen doesn't have much of a fighting history on the ice which resulted in him throwing body shots at Crombeen. I doubt the punches did too much damage considering they wear protection on the body. Maybe Moen needs to get in the gym and hit a punching...
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